BIP/ZIP – Promoting partnerships in sensitive urban areas

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Description

“Promoting community partnerships in priority neighbourhood"

 

BIP/ZIP is a pioneering strategy by the Lisbon Municipality’s Body of Housing and Local Development, promoting partnerships in the city’s priority neighbourhoods. Besides establishing local governance structures that facilitate communication and shared decision-making between the public administration and neighbourhood organisations, BIP/ZIP also includes an ignition funding programme for community partnership initiatives with a strong local impact. Beyond hundreds of interventions at the neighbourhood level, one of the offsprings of the BIP/ZIP programme is Lisbon’s Community-Led Local Development network, an EU-funded governance scheme including over 150 NGOs, private enterprises and the local government.

 

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Period5 May 2017

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • TitleBIP/ZIP – Promoting partnerships in sensitive urban areas
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletCooperativecity.org
    Media typePrint
    CountryAustria
    Date5/05/17
    DescriptionBIP/ZIP is a pioneering strategy by the Lisbon Municipality’s Body of Housing and Local Development, promoting partnerships in the city’s priority neighbourhoods. Besides establishing local governance structures that facilitate communication and shared decision-making between the public administration and neighbourhood organisations, BIP/ZIP also includes an ignition funding programme for community partnership initiatives with a strong local impact. Beyond hundreds of interventions at the neighbourhood level, one of the offsprings of the BIP/ZIP programme is Lisbon’s Community-Led Local Development network, an EU-funded governance scheme including over 150 NGOs, private enterprises and the local government.
    Producer/AuthorCooperativecity.org/Daniela Patti
    URLhttps://cooperativecity.org/2017/05/07/bipzip/
    PersonsJ.C. Esteves Martins

Keywords

  • Comunity
  • economy
  • governance
  • municipality
  • Funding the cooperative city
  • Lisbon